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Get your tickets for the OMNIA's 2015 roster starting March 25



    Just Say OMNIA
    Marc Moran
    Nervo and others light up the 2015 roster of DJs at the Gaslamp's new nightclub OMNIA San Diego, opening April 30.

    Now you can party like Justin Bieber did on his 21st birthday -- or at least you'll be able to get a little closer to the idyll come April 30, when OMNIA San Diego opens its doors.

    Coming from one of the hottest nightclub brands in the world, OMNIA hits the Gaslamp for its grand opening that weekend -- and on Wednesday, March 25, you can get tickets and table reservations. For what?, you might ask. For the OMNIA 2015 roster, which sounds a lot like Steve Aoki, Nervo, Afrojack, Armin Van Buurin, Chuckie, Krewella, Nicky Romero and oh, oh so many more. Probs because those are just a few of the big names in nightlife who will be getting your fist in the air and your feet on the dance floor.

    Taking over the old Stingaree location after a complete renovation, the club comes to San Diego by way of the Hakkasan Group, heavy hitters in the industry with nightclubs and restaurants -- Wet Republic, HQ Nightclub and SHOREbar, to name a few -- across the States, Europe, the Middle East and Asia.

    They're entering a competitive market in the Gaslamp, with Fluxx, Parq, Bassmnt, Bang Bang, Side Bbar, AD Nightclub and whatever the crew behind L.A.'s Avalon ends up doing with the former 4th & B space. But from the sounds of their planned lineup, the OMNIA's got it under control.

    The OMNIA San Diego opens at 454 6th Ave. in the Gaslamp Quarter on April 30. Tickets and table reservations are available beginning Wednesday, March 25.

    Hannah Lott-Schwartz, a San Diego native, moved back to the area after working the magazine-publishing scene in Boston. Now she’s straight trolling SD for all the music she missed while away. Want to help? Hit her up with just about anything at all over on Twitter, where -- though not always work-appropriate -- she means well.